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in 2009 at the age of 80. been joined by former president jimmy carter, former mayor of atlanta and u.s. ambassador to the united nations andrew young and former justice department spokesman terry adamson in the discussion of jack nelson's memoir, scoop. the evolution of a seven reporter. it is about an hour. >> good evening, everyone. it's good to have everyone here. my name is sink, and i will be moderating this wonderful panel tonight. and the director of the journalism program at emory. and co-author of a book about news coverage of the civil-rights movement, featured jack quite prominently. first of all, i want to thank the carter library and museum for hosting this one and for cosponsoring it and also the emory university libraries, particularly the manuscript archives and rare books librarian which houses and in the papers and the wisdom of a great number of seven journalists. white, african-american, all sorts -- we are so pleased that five of those opulence a prizewinners'. the latest among them is jack nelson. barbara was so generous and has made jackson papers our posit
as a young fellow growing up in atlanta georgia my parents didn't have an answer. it became kind of a quest to find out about it in the sense that there was enormous power and that would change the direction of my life. when i wasn't looking for it to happen. c-span: how many of your years did you think about this? >> guest: i started after i got into a book career in the late 70's after magazine journalism. i wanted to write about this period because i hadn't answered the question what is it made of and i thought in 1981 with what was proposed to be a three year history of the teen years and it's now been 16 years and i've done it in two volumes is now projected to be a trilogy or will be a trilogy after i finish it but i would have 20 years. definitely turning into my life work but i'm thankful for the privilege of it. c-span: the first book, parting the waters, 1,056 pages. this but there are 546 pages. what's been your approach? >> guest: to do it in storytelling. one of the reasons i wanted to do it is i knew this had an enormous impact like the construction period in the years before
, richmond and atlanta. some time around 10:00 a.m. and through montgomery. fast-moving storms that will bring winds with it. it's going to be 70 in d.c. then the storms will roll through. tomorrow we have snow on the backside of this storm. i'll give you the snow totals and details a little later. >> thanks so much. >>> a stretch of the mighty mississippi is closed. and which business stories will be moving your money today. >>> plus a medical miracle involving arm transplants. this is a story you have to hear to believe. you're watching "first look." [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. or that printing in color had to cost a
with the high right to the northeast of us. if you have travel plans today, the east coast, including atlanta over towards d.c., maybe even new york, a few delays possible with some rain. even some heavier rain at times as well. >> i love how this guy did this. this went on throughout the entire morning show as they scrambled to get computers back up and running. he even made graphics of the changing forecast of his mood. >> this is how i felt this morning. this is how i felt when i realized i could draw everything, and when i realized we're finally getting the computers back, this is how i feel right now. >> i like the hair color. >> well, i had to utilize the blue highlighter. >> finally, after an hour and a half, the computer was finally fixed. but the question is would it work? >> see if it works. ready? go back to weather one. >> there it is! >> we got it. >> excellent. >> thank you to everybody involved this morning. >> i like yours better. >> i got to say, i kind of like the hand drawn ones better myself. it kind of makes me want to set up a pictionary game between that guy and chad my
la squid. >>> i'm drew griffin at the cnn world headquarters here in atlanta. >>> flu shot scramble. there is a run on vaccine on spots with an outbreak gripping the nation. >>> one day later. a painful decision awaits the community of newtown, connecticut. >>> a golden upset. did you watch? the surprise winner of best picture, "argo." >> argo, wean yourself. >> i haven't seen it yet. >> it's good. >> welcome to early start. i'm zorida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. >>> the cdc says the only state spared widespread flu is california, hawaii and mississippi. in new york, getting a flu shot is tougher and tougher. there is a run on the vaccine at some pharmacies and urging care centers since governor andrew cuomo declared a public health emergency. elizabeth cohen joins us now. what do health officials mean when they use the word epidemic? >> it gets very technical. i'll boil it down here. basically, people are getting sick and dying from the flu in certain numbers. when those numbers get high enough, we call it an epidemic. i personally don't really care that much about that word.
will pick up rainfall before they get into some snow. and atlanta talking about snow. and with the arctic air behind all of this, a little icing going away. no fear, atlanta. it will be a little bit of a rough drive. but wsb will step you through it. raleigh, an inch to two inches of rain. the rain/snow divider there. getting the rain first. and the snow as the arctic air rushes in behind the system. looking at the big board. it's calm and quiet once you get to the west. san francisco, gusty wind on the west coast t >> all of america's weather was brought to you by smucker's. josh? elizabeth? george? lara? >> every bit of america's weather. >>> coming up, a startling new look at the church of scientology, inside the pages of an explosive, new book. >>> and love scams. is notre dame football player manti te'o part of a vicious is notre dame football player manti te'o part of a vicious onlinecome on! ♪ whatcha got there, richard? they're for show & tell. wasn't that yesterday? yup, but the class wants me to do it again. [ male announcer ] tim and richard smucker learned early on just how
from the center for disease control in atlanta. responsible for 7.3% of deaths in the u.s. last week. the cdc reports widespread flu activity in nearly every state except california, mississippi and hawaii. why mississippi would be there in the middle of things and not have a wid spread. probably has more to do with reporting than reality. it was widespread in just 41 states in the previous week. in eastern oklahoma one school district canceled classes because nearly one quarter of the 650 students report they came down with the flu bug. and we reported about shortages of flu vaccine in some areas in the united states including the city of summerville massachusetts but the cdc director says calm down with that. the overall picture is good and folks have plenty of opportunities to get the shot. >> if you haven't been vaccinated and want to be, better late than never but call the preprovider ahead of time. most of of the more than 130 million doses produced by vaccine manufacturers this year have already been given. >> shepard: and it is still too early to tell how bad flu season may y
. right now in new orleans 66 in atlanta. that will help continue to hest the storms. that is where we are seeing severe outbreak. ainsley and heather we are looking at cold air behind the storm system and there's a wintery side to it. >> warm weather, cold weather. it's a roller-coaster. thanks very much maria. >> the top five stories making news for you at this hour. we have a developing tostory. a 6-year-old remains a victim of a hostage situation having spent hours in an under ground bunker with a gunman. the incident started around 4:00 p.m. yesterday. the 65-year-old suspect boarded a school bus shot the driver multiple times and grabbed the boy. >> he started telling him he needed a kid because something about the law coming after him and he shot the bus driver and the driver's foot was on the gas and we went backwards and everybody started screaming and the bus driver was still there. we all got off the bus and went to the neighbor's house. >> terrifying. the bus driver later died. according to local reports swat team members are on the scene. they have been communicating with
the atlanta area. that could mean some travel delays for the big airport there. if we follow the front to north, we're looking at flood watches for a good part of the northeast, strong to severe thunderstorms possible this evening and tonight as that front approaches the coastline. on the opposite side of that, we're looking at cold air spilling into the midwest. the rain we saw yesterday in chicago is going to end as a little bit of light snow with temperatures in the upper 30s. very cold in the plains with highs in the teens and 20s. out west it looks pretty quiet especially in southern california. not bad, l.a. 65. look for rain in the northwest. seattle and portland kind of dreary and temperatures in the 40s. i'm david bernard for cbs news, miami. >>> overseas now, a police inspector says penny pinching may have caused that deadly nightclub fire in brazil. at least 234 people, mostly students, died in sunday morning's file. the inspector says the band used cheap outdoor flares for their pyrotechnic display instead of the much more expensive indoor flares. i
and snowing across parts of michigan and wisconsin. the biggest threat of severe weather is still from atlanta and southeast ward. that's where the tornado potentially is right now and maybe even up into the piedmont of north carolina and virginia. the big story is how all of this happened. atlanta, 70 degrees today, now down to 63, as miguel said. it is is cooling down. it's 10 degrees below zero in minot, north dakota. with windchill and heat index, it's even more sublime than that. topeka kansas has gone down 38 degrees where philadelphia was up. by this morning the cold air down in past the 24 hours and atlanta is getting cooler. st. louis is 34 degrees cooler than it was. part of the up and down of the jet stream is the energy between the cold and the warm. it is 80 and the feels like temperature in key west, it feels like 806789 the feels like wind temperature in minot is a negative 34. that's 114 degrees difference across the continental u.s., wolf. >> even here in the nation's capital, washington, d.c., was in the 20s and got in the 50s and 60s. it's going up and down. what's happening
incident. and that was the plan this morning at the lennox square mall in atlanta. that is until part of the crane being used to take down the big tree from the roof of macy's collapsed and the tree ended up dangling over the side of the building. no injuries reported. >>> and you won't find these next items at macy's, but have we got a sale to tell you about. how about a launch pad used for the space shuttles? there's word tonight that nasa is selling or renting facilities at the kennedy space center that were part of that shuttle program, which ended a year-and-a-half ago. in addition to launch pad 39a, they're selling space in the vehicle assembly building, which was first used to put together saturn 5 rockets for the apollo program. >>> and in paris, the police are hunting for four men who decided not to buy, but to steal. their target, the flagship apple store in the city of paris. the masked gunmen forced their way in after it had closed on new year's eve. they made off with iphones, ipads and other apple products worth an estimated $1.3 million, while the police were elsewhere,
shot to death. as police rushed toward his school bus in midland, atlanta, they found much worse. this bright yellow rolling sanctuary for a group of elementary school kids had become a horrific crime scene. the armed suspect police would learn had escaped with a 6-year-old boy in his hands, heading to an underground bunker on his property, holding the boy prisoner, eight feet below ground in an earthen cave stocked with supplies that could last weeks. the young witnesses telling authorities it was a raid on their school bus by a mean man determined to take a child hostage. >> he started telling him he needed a kid because of something about the law coming after him. >> reporter: police sources identify the suspect as 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes, a man who has been in trouble with the law before on charges he fired a gun at a neighbor. the boy is on medication and is said to have special needs. >> at this time, we have no reason to believe that the child has been harmed. >> reporter: police have been in contact with the gunman using a pvc pipe to communicate through. and late tod
tied a franchise record with nine three pointers against atlanta. in the closing seconds, he made a three-point play to give the knicks a 106-104 victory over the hawks. >>> in doubletime, paul pierce led the celtics to a win over the heat. rajjon rondell will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. >>> tiger woods will have a six-shot lead when play -- when he plays in the pga farmer insurance open today. over the years, woods is a seven-time winner at the torrey pines court in southern california. >>> all right. ahead, actor burt reynolds spent the weekend in intensive care at a florida hospital. we'll have details. >>> plus, when actors honor other action horse at the screen actors guild awards awards. >>> and did ashton kutcher's job make him sick to his stomach? >>> welcome back to "early today." the big weather story is the severe weather outbreak tuesday and wednesday. notice this area of yellow under a slight risk. possible to moderate risk tomorrow. again, chance of tornadoes in the area and strong damaging winds going over the mississippi river. throughout the ni
. coldest day of the winter so far, chicago, and wet weather will arrive in atlanta as we go throughout your day. it's already raining in louisiana and mississippi. and tomorrow, not a bad start for the new year. very cold but no big storms. good news. >>> well, psy rang in the new year with a million plus in times square. the rapper told nbc's jay gray that he may be ready to move on from gangnam style. >> i cannot just, you know, stay here. i've got to move forward. so i'm working on a new thing. i keep doing this, it can you know, ruin my creative. i'm saying that but i won't never. >> i hope not. my money's probably on a one-hit wonder. for the most shockingly news of the day, if you didn't see this coming, the pregnancy of kim kardashian will be documented by e! with the network saying they're looking forward to the new addition of kim kardashian. >>> and this comes from nebraska. folks have a unique way of getting rid of a holiday treat. the fruit krcake fling was a hu success. i'm bill karins and this is "early today." [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents on their own are fantasti
, atlanta hosts san francisco in the nfc championship game and the ravens are in new england for the afc title game. the winners will meet for the super bo in new orleans on february 3rd. >>> listen to this, organized crime infringing on the world's most popular sport? there are new reports out that 50 soccer leagues are being targeted by criminal gangs trying to fix matches. fifa, the governing body said in 2012 it was involved in dozens of investigations which reportedly accounts for billions in illegal betting. >>> just ahead, robert redford. and django unchained's big payday and the hovercraft. you' watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this friday morning. let me take you through your weekend forecast. and this is going to be the last little mild day before the agentic blast arrives so enjoy it today in minneapolis, 42. denver, enjoy that, chicago, enjoy your 40s. no problems with the exception of cape cod with some snow. as we go through the weekend, things are going to change. the arctic front coming through minnesota as we go throughout saturday with the arctic blast. you'l
a look at it. >> he might be a rapper, but here in atlanta he's known for having 11 kids. we have angela. aka chocolate. she's the fighter baby mama. tamara she's no drama baby mama. there is serena and liana aka pebbles. >> i have all these baby mamas. >> so understandably some don't like this reality show. they've changed to change dot organize so this doesn't air. the oxygen network has taken that trailer down from their website. in fact, we were able to obtain that trailer from lovely tease blog. so i don't know, maybe this petition is going to work. maybe they're going to take it down. >> cenk: they have done terrific work. they're the guys who took all the glenn beck's sponsors away. when color change comes for you you might be in trouble. thoughts guys. despicable show? are they right? >> call me jaded i don't think it's worse than anything else on tv right now. you have basketball wives. honey boo boo, you have jersey shore that go along with stereotypes of ethnicity. i don't know what about this show is so bad that it's making people come out in masses. >> no one is not being hi
world headquarters atlanta. have a great week and great night. see you next week. ♪ >>> 2323. that's where the death toll stands right now in the brazil nightclub fire. we're now getting these devastating images being pulled from the burning building. >>> plus, a sloppy commute expected for millions of people this morning. we have a live report straight ahead. >>> i think hillary will go down as one of the finest secretaries of state we have. >> one heck of a moment between the president and the secretary of state. but, why all of the love? good morning, welcome to early state. i'm christine rom yans. >> and i'm john berman. it's january 28th it's monday. we'll begin with that developing story out of brazil. deadly chaos at a nightclub. early yesterday morning. killing a staggering 233 people. many of them college students celebrating their last weekend of summer break. it happened at kiss nightclub in santa maria. recovery workers now say they're hearing the eerie sound of ring tones. we're in santa maria with the latest. >> reporter: smoke filled the air when the first firefighte
. let's get right to our panel now. joining us is atlanta mayor qassim reid and jim moran of virginia. good afternoon to both of you. sir, if i might begin with you, congressman moran, we've heard the catalog of republican opposition to almost everything that the president is proposing, but i ask you this, sir. is it really possible for the house of representatives to mark the slaughter of 20 children, leave alone the near 12,000 gun deaths every year, by doing absolutely nothing to reduce gun violence in this country? is that possible? >> it is possible, but i do think that the public will recognize that they will be culpable in the next massacre of innocent children. not to act is to make a decision toll allow further massacres by -- with mill stare-style assau assault weapons. they'll have that on their conscience but that's not a sufficient response for us obviously. the president has shown that he has the guts to stand up to the nra, which his predecessor doesn't show that he didn't and the republican party doesn't have that kind of courage that the president has shown. but it's
or small you are, you can make a big difference. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "early start weekend." >>> flights canceled, hundreds of car wrecks, and all the result of an arctic blast in the northeast. are we close to a thaw or more of the same? >>> the stock market in freefall. after a worldwide love affair, is it the apple apocalypse? >>> let the countdown begin. no, not to the super bowl, to the ads. we'll get a sneak peek at a new one and the creator. >>> it is saturday, january 26th, good morning, everyone, i'm randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell, thanks for starting your day with us. >> we start with a developing story. the online hacking group anonymous has declared war on the u.s. government after hacking the federal sentencing commission's website overnight. here's what the site looks like right now. take a look, over the last hour it's been going from being totally shut down to showing this strange video right here along with a long letter of demands written in black and green. >> the video and letter are addressed to zcitizens of the world threatens, quote
it yesterday. they were wearing shorts, and they were swimming outside in atlanta, georgia. charlotte, it was 75 yesterday. wilmington, 78. recordbreaking temperatures. breaking records from the 1800s. with all that moisture around m northeast and the mid-atlantic, fog advisories posted. that should lift around 7:00 or 8:00 tonight. here's the warmth that's getting smaller and smaller, and much of the country, 20 degrees below average. >> right. alexandra steele in atlanta, thank you very much. >>> all right. this is going to get your attention. an unprecedented hunt for a potential man eater. hundreds of big snake wranglers from hard core hunters to complete beginners are taking part in a florida competition meant to thin out the state's burmese python population in the everglades. this kicked off over the weekend, and our very brave john zurella is there right now. how is the big snake hunt going so far? >> well, state wildlife officials told me yesterday that they know that some of the hunters have killed snakes. they don't know how many yet. we'll probably find out a little better
might be known as a rapper but here in atlanta he's known for 11 kids and 10 baby mamas. >> the decision comes after more than 37,000 people signed a petition against it calling the show offensive to mothers and innocent children. >>> there's a lot of talk about how much violence there is in hollywood tv shows and movies. we asked the stars what impact they think it has on viewers. trace gallagher has more from los angeles. >> guns in movies have been a staple since the beginning of cinema. >> you don't just kill a guy like that. >> i just did. >> with gun control and gun violence a hot button issue across the country in washington we talk to the stars of two new movies in which guns play a big role. >>> a movie theater shooting scene was removed from gangster squad after the theater massacre. it doesn't cause real life violence. >> you are going to be begging for a bullet before it's over. >> in the history of film making you have the use of weapons and violence and the history of story telling. and i think that it is a shame in my opinion, my humble opinion when hollywood becomes a sca
or so. atlanta and washington, d.c., you're on the fringes of the storm. i expect about less than an inch. the biggest problems is black ice after the storm is gone. >> sure to complicate things. newtown, connecticut school superintendent blasts the critics. president obama's likely new chief of staff will name names. and jeans that offer your legs and image something they never had before. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ female announcer ] born from the sweet monk fruit, something this delicious could only come from nature. new nectresse. the 100% natural no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. new nectresse. sweetness naturally. ♪ doing it with a cold, just not going to happen. vicks dayquil -- powerful non-drowsy 6-symptom cold & flu relief. ♪ no matter what city you're playing tomorrow. [ coughs ] [ male announcer ] you can't let a cold keep you up tonight. ♪ vicks nyquil -- powerful nighttime 6-symptom cold & flu relief. ♪ but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just
on the nashville paper, later with "the new york times," the editor of the "atlanta constitution." bill kovich. >> as a very careful observer of the times, you live through it and you reported about it, how did your -- tell me who things, what was the biggest surprise you discovered, and how did you change your mind based on your research? >> what was the biggest surprise and how did i change my mind? i think the biggest surprise was that j. edgar hoover and his fbi's campaign to destroy king politically, at least, was far more vicious, was far more relentless, and cruel, and i could imagine that public officials in the united states would do. how did i come to that conclusion? after a two or three year battle with the fbi and with my friends in the lbj library, part of the national archives, i was finally able to put together a mosaic of hundreds of fbi memos that went to the president. i saw how the president reacted to them, and didn't react to them. and even though great reporters have covered this story well, starting in '75 with the church hearings, i was appalled about that, and i don't
third graders from a county outside atlanta. their teachers helped them get sponsorship from the smithsonian. but when they couldn't afford the trip, people in the community, people they never even met, raised $16,000 to send them. how exciting is that? how big, excited are you? this big? >> this big! >> from right there all the way down to georgia. the whole united states! >> because of a good-hearted community, they were able to climb on a bus and come to see the place they had only seen in schoolbooks. >> what's the third thing you want to go see when we get into the city? >> the lincoln memorial. >> shout it out. what's freedom? >> when you are free from another person. >> but freedom isn't free. >> he told me he had read that on a monument. and on this 50th anniversary of martin luther king's famous speech, they know exactly what he said right here. what did he say? what did he say? >> he said his "i have a dream" speech. >> i have a dream that one day -- >> what kind of dream do you have? what do you want to do some day? >> i want to be the president. >> i want to be on
, northwest of atlanta. >> come on, get back in here! >> pelley: homes and offices were torn apart. one death has been reported there. juanita carter was sleeping when it hit. >> i was hanging-- i was on my-- my back was across those blocks, and i don't remember nothing after that. i blacked out. >> pelley: water shot into the air when a pipe burst, and vehicles were tossed all over interstate 75, including this man's truck. >> it was just unbelievable. it's-- it's nothing-- nothing like i ever seen before in my life. >> pelley: another tornado struck outside nashville tennessee. home after home was destroyed, and one death is reported there. in memphis, 200-year-old trees were no match for the wind. and cbs news weather consultant david bernard is in miami, tracking the storms. david, what can we expect next? >> reporter: scott, let's take a look at our collection of doppler radars that we have right now. we have a slew of tornado watches that are in effect this evening from tallahassee florida, right through georgia and the carolinas. and within the last five minutes, the washington, d.c. a
.c. and atlanta both in the high 60s and can expect some rain. st. louis afternoon flurries, a high of 46. denver, partly sunny, high of 44, seattle, rain and 50. >>> i don't know if this is for the cat lovers or cat haters. they may be cute and cudably but they kill more animals than we thought. both domestic and free roaming kill up to 3.7 million birds and 20 billion other animals each year. that's a lot more than previous studies which suggested they kill 500 million a year. >>> an iraq veteran who lost all four limbs in an attack is speaking out about a remarkable surgery that gave him two new arms. bigad shaban has that story. >>> brendan wheeled himself into his own news conference. six weeks after his arms transplant he seemed comfortable with his new limbs. >> i never accepted the fact that i didn't have arms. now that i have them again it's almost like it never happened. it's like i went back four years, and i'm me again. >> reporter: four years ago morocco lost his arms and four legs to a roadside bomb. a year later he told cbs news which loss was greater. >> without legs you can still
crosses the appalachians. atlanta, charlotte, right into d.c. later tomorrow and tomorrow night, new york city, the big threat again, straight-line wind damage, gusts over 60, but a few isolated tornadoes. back behind the front and the cold air, it is back as winter hits. frigid air, subzero wind chills and des moines, green bay, six inches or more of snow. wind gusts over 30. temperatures in green bay 41 will fall to near zero tomorrow night and windchills down to 20 below zero. brian, one record streak we would lake to continue, 220 days and counting without a tore died -- tornado fatality. let's hope it continues that way. brian? >> thanks for the update tonight, mike seidel with an unbelievable turn of events in our weather. he is from little rock tonight. >>> president obama flew to nevada to make a point today, a politically crucial place to throw his arms around a new path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants in this country. our white house correspondent, peter alexander, has our report from las vegas. >> reporter: the first trip of president obama's second term
the potential flooding there, we have flooding in atlanta, western north carolina has already had 6 inches of rain. they're doing water rescues there. while it is snowing in chicago. so a sign of change, certainly, to make its way to the east. here comes this cold front, a long night for washington. again, this watch going out until 2:00 a.m. we'll still see storms there. here comes the cold front, finally clearing the east coast by about noontime tomorrow. so we're going to see temperatures drop off by about 30 degrees. so a snap back to reality, brian, with cold winds and temperature wind chills in the teens. >> all right, jim cantore, thank you for being with us. >>> think for a moment about the candle power and the political fire power the state of massachusetts used to have in the u.s. senate. for almost 25 years after all their two senators were ted kennedy and john kerry. ted kennedy died two-and-a-half years ago. today john kerry said farewell to his senate home of a quarter century as he now becomes secretary of state. and for a time today during his farewell, he found it too toug
chicago to los angeles. >> mostly 30s in the northeast. and 50s from atlanta to new orleans. >>> when we come back, a sneak peek at the first new look for american airlines planes in 45 years. >>> and then, a dollar here. a dollar there. the new atms that kick out ones, fives, what you need. >>> and the plot thickens. what we're learning about the notre dame football star and that online love hoax. >>> welcome back, everyone. a couple of big economic reports are both going in the right direction. home construction is way up, with new building jumping more than 12% in december, from the month before. it is the fastest pace for housing starts in more than four years. >>> the number of people seeking unemployment benefits is way down. falling to a five-year low last week. >>> and wall street cheering that double-dose of good news. the dow industrial hitting a five-year high during trading on thursday. the s&p 500 closing at its highest level since december of 2007, up more than 0.5% for the day. maybe we can start looking at our 401(k)s. >> maybe. >>> with this 787 dreamliner under the micr
. >> gretchen: talk about a roller coaster ride, amazing playoff game in atlanta. that was an amazing game between the falcons and the seahawks where w a ticket to the afc title game on the line. i didn't think that the atlanta team would pull this offment i was watching on the airplane. that field goal in the last few seconds, amazing. >> you know, basically a huge roar went out from the metro area here when that field goal went through. there are a lot of people with smiling faces in atlanta. but there might be some bosses with people dealing with coming in to work late because this party went on. it was pretty much in the bag for the falcons 'til late when lynch drove into the end zone, giving the seahawks a lead with 31 seconds left. then the falcons drove to the 33-yard line, and that's when matt brian kicked a 49-yarder with 8 seconds left that was an unbelievable kick that just made this place go crazy. but it still wasn't over because russell wilson had one last shot in the end zone. a hail mary that he -- that was intercepted and finally the party was on here in atlanta. because o
. >> to you guys he might be known as a rapper but in atlanta he's known for having 11 kids and 10 baby mama's. >>brian: for all his baby's mama's, here's bad news. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: you take a couple of days off and they cancel "all my baby's mamas." >>gretchen: must have been signing all the petitions. >>brian: the guy's rich any way. we shouldn't feel bad for him. >>steve: first welcome back from a couple of days off down in the sun, i think. >>brian: right. i was in -- turks and caicos. >>gretchen: i feel sorry for those children in that situation, not necessarily the babies' daddy. we have breaking news. a chopper goes down in the middle of london, leaving the pilot and passenger dead. it happened south of the thames river near the british spy agency and 10 pwhraobgs from the waterloo -- blocks from the waterloo train station. the horrific scene unfolding at the height of the morning commute when thousands of people were trying to get to work. >> we just heard an explosion. it sounded like a fighter plane flying over. we thought it was a terrorist attack and we kept s
50s across atlanta and also the city of raleigh, north carolina. we are actually going to be tracking a little bit of snow today across places in the central plains. already seeing some of that across parts of oklahoma and kansas. eventually, you guys, we are going to be seeing a little bit of snow showers into the mid-atlantic later on tonight into tomorrow morning. including right here new york city. but no accumulation. >> marie a thanks so much for that update. let's talk about this story. you heard it on fox news for the past several weeks. that is john hammar. he is the former marine who served in iraq and afghanistan who was then going for r and r in costa rica with a buddy. he crossed the border into mexico with gahanna. he he thought he had registered it and filled out all the proper paperwork but he didn't. he ended up being locked up in a mexican prison for five months. well, his father is now speaking out about just how -- what bad shape he is in. >> it's not just r and r that he was going down for a is surfing trip. he had post-traumatic stress disorder and other issues.
from atlanta. >> i know you're probably wondering when are we going to start to see some warmer temperatures. we are still dealing with the bitter cold out there and this is still going to be dangerous. look at some of the windchills that have been reported over the last six hours. minus 20 in oakland, pennsylvania. look at the numbers for parts of the midwest. we have 7 degrees in minneapolis, certainly an improvement over the last couple days. but keep in mind we are still talking about wind out there and it that wind is what's providing that deadly windchill. we talked about this over the last couple days. say if you're outside for roughly about ten minutes and minus 30 windchill, you could suffer frostbite. if you look across parts of the northeast, all that cold air has been spread over toward areas like pennsylvania as well as new york where we have a reading of 6 degrees right now in altoona, scranton, and you add in the wind, it feels like minus 6. for new york, i imagine going out to work this morning, it was mighty cold out there. my in us 1 feels like there. and for a
be known as a rapper, but here in atlanta, he has 11 kids and baby mama. >> steve: a woman who has never petitioned anything in her life is fighting back on this one. she'll be here live. >> gretchen: he's obama's pick for secretary of defense. but some of the president's own party say they don't like him as that role. a democratic senator with big concerns joins us next my wife takes centrum silver. i've been on the fence about it. then i read an article about a study that looked at the long term health benefits of taking multivitamins. they used centrum silver for the study... so i guess my wife was right. [ male announcer ] centrum. always your most complete. who emailed it to emily, who sent it to cindy, who wondered why her soup wasn't quite the same. the recipe's not the recipe... ohhh. [ female announcer ] ...without swanson. the broth cooks trust most when making soup. mmmm! [ female announcer ] the secret is swanson. i just got start and i'm like "hey, that first 20 came off, well it wasn't too hard at all." i love breads. you can still eat bread. i love my sweets. i can still h
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